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Surviving Hard Times

Sep 27, 2023

Dr. Paul Dyer, a Professor of Fungal Biology at the University of Nottingham, joins us today to discuss the complex and intriguing world of fungi. Using a combination of molecular-genetic, genomic, physiological, and biochemical experimental methods, Dr. Dyer is at the forefront of exploring the intricate biology of...

Sep 22, 2023

How can anyone – even the average Joe or Jane – start to build a bright financial future for themselves?

Multi-millionaire entrepreneur, investor, macroeconomics expert, and founder of Rebel Capitalist, George Gammon, explains.

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  • The importance of understanding macroeconomics and the...

Sep 20, 2023

We hardly even think about it, but it’s essential to almost everything we know and do: water.

“What I never realized and I’ve grown to appreciate a lot is that it is truly a privilege for us to just walk up to pretty much anywhere in the U.S. and turn on a faucet and have running water that’s drinkable…”...

Sep 15, 2023

It feeds on flesh, it kills but can’t be killed, and it’s coming for your fruits and veggies.

That’s right, I’m talking about Botrytis cinerea, a widespread necrotrophic fungal pathogen that affects over 200 different plant species, including common food crops.

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  • What this fungus looks like, how...

Sep 13, 2023

Many people don’t consider the vigorous process behind cotton production. As we strive to become more environmentally sustainable, the textile industry is certainly worth looking into. So, how is cotton fiber processing being improved? Graham Stewart, the founder and EVP of FIBRE52, joins the podcast to explain…